Bring or rent a stroller. This is one of the most important tips I can give you. You will be walking upwards of seven miles or more each day you’re in a park. I recommend a stroller for any child six and under.
Stay on site. Staying on site will make your entire trip easier and more enjoyable.
Use Disney transportation. At the end of a long day, the last thing you’ll want to do is search the lot for your vehicle.
Take breaks during the day. Little people (and big people too!) need breaks. I recommend taking a break after lunch for a nap at your resort to recharge your batteries.
Arrive about 30 minutes before the park opens. This will allow you to beat the heat and get in several rides before the crowds arrive.
Use the Fastpass+ system. This is completely free for guests and can save you so much wait time.
Have fun!! That’s the whole point of your vacation after all!
Emily Hood is A Disney Vacation Specialist, Universal Studios Vacation Specialist, and an Orlando Travel Expert.
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